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Legion installs new officers

June 29, 2016 Last Wednesday night, the American Legion Post 136 hall was filled nearly to capacity as the officers for 2016-2017 were officially installed. more »»

‘Rock on the Dock’ Songwriters Festival a big hit

June 29, 2016 Once again warm temperatures, cold beer and great original music were all celebrated at Low Key Tiki Saturday afternoon. more »»

Kiwanis awards six scholarships

June 29, 2016 Last Wednesday at its weekly meeting, the Greater Pine Island Kiwanis awarded six more scholarships to local students. more »»

Greater Pine Island Elks celebrates Flag Day

June 29, 2016 Between 45 to 50 people gathered at the Elks Lodge June 14 to celebrate Flag Day. more »»

Water quality subject of summit

June 29, 2016 Local community leaders and experts came from both sides of Lake Okeechobee to discuss a subject that has started to have a negative impact on water quality and tourism: Lake Okeechobee. more »»

Cardiac Rehabilitation Facility unveiled at Cape Hospital

June 29, 2016 Cape Coral has long been known as the second largest city, area-wise, in the state of Florida. In recent years, the city has become the largest base of residents of any Lee County community. more »»

E8 responding well to antibiotics, continues to improve

June 29, 2016 E8, the juvenile American bald eagle undergoing treatment at CROW?on Sanibel, continues to recover from an infection in the broken bone of the right le. more »»

Area boaters asked to be on the lookout for missing family

June 22, 2016 The Coast Guard station on Fort Myers Beach Maritime Emergency Response Team is among the entities searching for a family that failed to arrive in Fort Myers after their sailboat was caught in heavy... more »»

Pine Island Elementary Principal Mazzoli reassigned

June 22, 2016 Pine Island Elementary School Principal Robert Mazzoli has been reassigned to another Lee County school. His last day at Pine Island Elementary was last Monday. “I've been here 9 years,” Mazzoli said. more »»

Kiwanis awards 13 student scholarships

June 22, 2016 After a disappointing 2016 Taste of Pine Island, the Pine Island Kiwanis still managed to raise a substantial amount of money for student scholarships. more »»

Olde Florida Outpost opens

June 22, 2016 Pine Island’s newest business opened Saturday at 3269 Stringfellow Road in St. James City. The grand opening event ran from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. more »»

Manatee rescue attempt in St. James City

June 22, 2016 Last Saturday, St. James City resident Gary Stone was cruising in his boat when he spotted a manatee that appeared to be in trouble. “I saw a large manatee and calf in the water,” Stone said. more »»

Greater Pine Island Elks celebrates Flag Day

June 22, 2016 Between 45 to 50 people gathered at the Elks Lodge Tuesday morning, June 14, to celebrate Flag Day. more »»

‘Rock on the Dock’ Songwriter's Fest Saturday

June 22, 2016 This Saturday, June 25, Low Key Tiki will hold its 5th annual "Rock on the Dock" Songwriters Fest. more »»

School District eyes position cuts

June 22, 2016 The Lee County Public Schools preliminary budget includes the elimination of numerous positions, as well as new initiatives to save the district money. Superintendent Dr. more »»

Island youngsters attending Elks Camp

June 22, 2016 Twenty-one youngsters from Pine Island loaded onto a bus early Sunday morning at the Greater Pine Island Elks Lodge to headed to Marion County for a week at the Florida Elks Youth Cam. more »»

Last music show of summer at Seven Seas, Sunday

June 15, 2016 Sandbar Productions will hold its final Dock Party at Seven Seas Bait and Tackle on Sunday, June 19. “I encourage people to come by boat,” owner Jim Frock said. more »»

Get ready for another hurricane season

June 15, 2016 The Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District and the Lee County Emergency Operation Center have a message for the community: Be prepared. more »»

Beacon marks 43rd GED graduate

June 15, 2016 Four years ago the Beacon of HOPE took on the challenge of helping people prepare for better paying jobs and a more prosperous future by offering a GED program. more »»

Le Berry, owner of Le’s Oriental Cuisine, retires

June 15, 2016 Le Berry, owner of Le’s Oriental Cuisine, has sold the restaurant and retired. “It’s very hard standing on your feet 12 hours a day,” Berry said. “I’m looking forward to my retirement. more »»



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